GLCC calls on Governments to halt health certificate requests

Published:  02 April, 2019

The GLCC (Global Leather Coordinating Committee) calls on national Governments to refrain from the practice of requiring sanitary health certificates for products traded under the HS customs headings 4104 to 4115, which are all materials that have undergone the irreversible process of tanning.

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